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  1. CCSH

    CCM EF4

    Some pictures of possible E-Flex 4s from TheGoalCrease Instagram. Most people are complaining about the color zones. Thoughts?
  2. Isn't it the other way around? 600=baseball closure aka 60 degree, 590=75 degree and 580= roughly 90 degree?
  3. TheGoalNet

    CCM Gear

    Post questions or pics about the CCM gear you own, are looking to purchase, or always wanted to know about. Please include the defunct brands of Koho, Reebok, Heaton, and Leferve in this thread
  4. Hi Goalies, I've been playing goalie for the last 7-months and I've had the opportunity to play with two different sticks on a regular basis. The Reebok Premier Senior Composite Luongo and Brian's Senior Foam Core goalie stick. Both have severed me well and remain doing so. I would say that I tend to use the Reebok more often (70% of the time) averaging 3 games a week. Attached is my video. In summary: Reebok Premier Senior Composite Luongo Goalie Stick: Benefits/Strengths: - It is super light at only 730grams - No arm fatigue and able to move the stick really quickly in my motions - Purchased this stick on clearance, there are still deals to be had with this model if you look on-line as it is no longer in production. - Durability - overall integrity has been excellent - Grip - has excellent grip with no need to tape trigger area (helps with keeping your blocker grip clean from tape residue) - Solid at playing the puck - curve is not as aggressive so it is more difficult to lift the puck Weakness/Concerns: - Paint and lacquer are pealing off or flaking which affect the look - Shaft also has chips from pucks and the posts (need to monitor to ensure there are no splinters going forward) - Vibration and dampening - not as good as the foam core. I'm willing to give this up for the other advantages Brian's Foam Core Goalie Stick: Benefits/Strengths: - Very durable in all areas, shaft, blade etc. - No chipping of the paint just your normal black puck marking - Vibration and Impact dampening are very good - Curve of stick is better allowing for easier elevation of the puck but the curve makes it less easy to receive the puck as I find I have to adjust the angle of the blade when taking a dump in. - Price - this stick sells for around $80 and is very good on the budget. I will always invest extra dollars I save on my sticks for other parts of my equipment. I would just not feel comfortable dropping $300+ for a Pro stick when I'm playing recreational hockey. Weakness/Concerns: - Weight is okay but no where near as light as the composite - With the higher weight I found I was not as fluid in my movement with the stick (I've heard from others that a heavier stick helps keep it on the ice. I did not notice this. In fact I found I was not as good at keeping this stick covering my five hole when sliding. - I'm not as big a fan having a wooden stick shaft as I do take care of my sticks. - No grip on this stick so had to ensure I used Grip tape Please feel free to share your comments or questions.
  5. Ryan Miller Reebok 6k stick. Shows a few puck marks but in overall excellent condition. $30 plus shipping.
  6. Yo! I play beer league hockey and I’m poor! ? so I get to choose from cheap old pads on Kijiji. I’m a butterfly/reaction goalie with a narrow butterfly... Right now I’m looking at a set of TPS R8 pro stock or reebok premier 3 p3 pro stock what would you pick?? I’m coming from a set of old v3’s that I liked.
  7. I don't know about you guys, but for me about every joint from the waist down is in some level of discomfort. Hockey, and especially goalie takes its toll on our hips, knees, and ankles. I'm always looking for that balance between protection and comfort, especially when it comes to my knees. I've worn about every retail knee pad out there, and I felt like Goldie Locks with every set, too big, too small, too soft, not soft enough. Of course I had modified sets only to still not be happy. When ordering a new batch of sticks from Passau I threw in a set of their knee protectors in my cart. Once I received them I immediately starting taking them apart to get the fit. For those of you who haven't owned a set, their system is pretty modular and incorporates a mix of elastic and Velcro to help you adjust the hard protective layer and the soft landing layer. On the ice, I was disappointed though. Could be any number of reasons (my knee cradle, pants, etc.) but they just kept getting hung up on things and just felt the hard shell was just too big. I resigned myself to go back to my Reebok Pros. The protection on the Reeboks was never in question, never had interference issues, but the padding was just non existent and the next day my knees felt like someone had been beating on them with a sledgehammer. That's when it came to me... Reebok & Passau fusion!! The first thing to do was remove the "padding" from the Reebok. In the first picture you can see the small flimsy light grey piece of air mesh covered foam in question. When I say flimsy I mean a dish sponge would have been better, no joke. Next I had to remove all the Passau comfort liner (picture 2) , easy enough, it's hook and loop. Now just add in a strip of loop to the Reebok (picture 3) and get the right alignment of the Passau piece inside the Reebok (picture 4.) You'll notice the Passau piece also has a foam extender on the inner portion of the knee. That's such a bonus, the Reebok had nothing and I had been struck there once when making a desperation slide left to right. Hurt like a MF. The last picture shows the finished product. Looks strappy I know, but all are actually used. I just undo the last 2 and slide them on my leg and finish it off with a little sock tape at the bottom Velcro line of the Reebok piece. Been using them for about a year now, and they've been fantastic. The Reebok provided the protection I wanted in a form that wasn't interfering with my pads or pants, and the Passau gave me the sorely lacking cushion. Dare I say it... I'm actually REALLY happy with this setup.
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